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Amazon Announces Partnerships with Universities and Colleges in Texas to Fully Fund Tuition for Local Hourly Employees

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Amazon employees in the U.S. will benefit from new Career Choice partnerships with more than 140 Universities and Colleges including several colleges and universities in Texas as well as national non-profit online providers Southern New Hampshire University, Colorado State University – Global, Western Governors University, and National University

Amazon also partners with GEDWorks and Smart Horizons to provide employees with free high school completion and GED preparation, Voxy EnGen and goFLUENT to provide English language proficiency training, and Outlier to provide college preparation courses

In Amazon’s recent announcement, Amazon announced that ” it is further expanding the career advancement opportunities it offers its 750,000 hourly employees in the U.S. by partnering with more than 140 national and local universities to provide fully-funded college tuition. Employees in Texas will have access to education from nine colleges and universities as well as national online education providers, including Southern New Hampshire University, Colorado State University – Global, Western Governors University, and National University.

Today’s announcement is part of the company’s ongoing enhancements to Career Choice – an Amazon upskilling program designed to help frontline employees grow their skills for career success at Amazon or elsewhere.”

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